A Field Guide to Pacific States Wildflowers: Washington, by Theodore F. Niehaus

By Theodore F. Niehaus

Книга содержит описания и иллюстрации для 1492 видов из seventy seven семейств - фактически для всех дикорастущих цветов от Британской Колумбии до Калифорнии, от Скалистых гор до тихоокеанского побережья. Каждое видовое описание включает сведения по размерам, местообитаниям, распространению, периоду цветения, обычные и научные названия.
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36 (1932) * Schippers gives the type as Stuhlmann 8796 but this is not correct. ** It is difficult to sort out the exact ecology of the collected material from field notes which give general ranges for a large area. NOTE. I at first agreed with Christensen that D. nemorale was not more than a local variety of D. arborescens and that D. hylophilum could be looked on as another variety but since the situation is not resolved I have not disturbed Schelpe’s treatment of the species. Two sheets of the eight making up the EA gathering of Faden et al.

15 Diplazium humbertii (C. Chr) Pic. ) C. , 15 Diplazium pseudoporrectum Hieron, 17, 18 var. ) C. , 21, 23 Diplazium sp. A of Schippers, 22 Diplazium sp. B of Schippers, 16 Diplazium sp. C of Schippers, 20 Diplazium sp. D of Schippers, 21 Diplazium sp. , 21 Diplazium velaminosum (Diels) Pic. ) C. ) C. ) C. , 2 var. , 5 Polypodium diaphanum Bory, 7 Thelypteris glabrata (Kuhn) Tardieu, 4 var. hirsuta Tardieu, 4 Woodsia nivalis Pirotta 7 New names validated in this part Athyrium rondoense Verdc.

I do not know why Alston did not find the type material at Berlin, only an empty cover—it may have been on loan or misplaced in post-war chaos—but even more inexplicable is the fact that a duplicate of Preuss 910 was in the BM and was overlooked. Rhizome ascending to erect, stout, to 40 cm long, 10 mm diameter, with mostly blackedged linear-lanceolate scales up to 3 cm long, 1–2 mm wide, scales with fine-tipped marginal trichomes. 8 m tall, not proliferous; stipe 64–100 cm long. 5 cm long, 3–8 mm wide which are subentire to shallowly pinnatifid; venation often with scattered long multicellular hairs.

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